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HOW TO: Make Slime for Kids

HOW TO: Make Slime for Kids

I wanted to start including my little boys in on some fun arts and crafts. I’m actually a little girl locked inside a grown body. I still love doing art projects {drawing, coloring, cutting and collages}. Any excuse to create or make crafts I’m there!…

How To: Beet Root Powder

How To: Beet Root Powder

Beet Powder. Have you ever needed it? Or wondered how to get a natural pink/red tone for your end result whether it’s for cooking or baking? I always did. Trader Joe’s was literally a lifesaver with this tiny bag of gems. I needed beet powder and…

HOW TO: Homemade Pumpkin Puree

HOW TO: Homemade Pumpkin Puree

When picking out the best pumpkin for making making a homemade pumpkin purée the best pumpkins aren’t the enormous jack o lantern “type”, nor the small toddler size pumpkins. You need to try to find an in between. Look for pumpkins that could be compared…

HOW TO: Quick and Easy Cauliflower Crusted Pizza

HOW TO: Quick and Easy Cauliflower Crusted Pizza

Vegan Cauliflower Crusted Pizza is pure Happiness! This dough isn’t like your everyday pizza crust, it’s more delicate but it will hold together. Pizza no longer has to be a guilty pleasure. Now you can enjoy one or two slices or even the entire pizza…

HOW TO: Cook Wild Rice

HOW TO: Cook Wild Rice

Wild rice isn’t actually “rice,” but actually it is the seed of a species of aquatic grass that grows primarily in the Great Lakes region of North America. Most of the wild rice available in the supermarket is specially cultivated in Minnesota & California. This…

HOW TO: Cook Quinoa

HOW TO: Cook Quinoa

In my opinion the most amazing ancient grain is Quinoa {let’s be clear quinoa is a seed and not a grain}. There are many different varieties of quinoa. Yet there is only a few popular ones sold in the stores. Usually you’ll see white, red…